Then I place the other marked edge on top of it and start matching the lines and pinning at every line junction. Do you just mean to cut off a triangle from the short side (no folding required)? Sigh with satisfaction. I actually think it’s easier for me to just cut strips and sew them manually when the width is that narrow, but maybe that’s just me.M, Sorry for posting twice, but I didn’t want anyone to try the ironing tip on a relatively narrow tube of fabric and then get all discouraged thinking it worked for me… because it didn’t! Great tutorial.I have one of these simple bias tape makers but I never quite manage to put the fabric in it… is there a trick? You’ll end up with one strip-length of over-hang at each end. Awesome! I picked up a handy bias tape ruler that makes this part a breeze: Now the usual next step is to cut all of these pieces and sew them together at right angles one at a time, which takes forever. You gently push one end of the strip through it, and iron as it comes out the other end. I've tried this method twice now and my rows don't line up. I don’t use a jig or a tip for this part, it’s not too hard to iron in one fold. Who cares if you iron in a crease or two? I used this tutorial  and included pattern for the kimono, and a version of this for the bias tape. http://creativelittledaisy.typepad.com/creative_little_daisy/2007/11/diy-version-of.html, Tiny, Super Lazy, Lazy Days Skirt » Tribeca Yummy Mummy, A crapastic day of sewing! Thanks so much for this great tutorial! You have to do it this way for it to work. wow, i was so intimidated by that spiral thing! It works great for finishing underarms or making hems. The point of folding it first is just a help in finding the diagonal. For this bias tape I used 1/2 yard of Heather Bailey’s Nicey Jane Wash Day Ticking in Dandelion. *Please note it is less durable and not recommended for quilts that will be used and washed often. I made yards and yards of bias tape when making a civil war gown and I wish I had known this way of doing it! THANK YOU for the great tutorial!!! I was so confused as I was following the tutorial posted by Prudent Baby, the pictures were not enough. I am stuck on this step — the first one! I’m wondering what you did about this to line them up? Still looks like a lot of work though! Measure and fold 1/4″ in at the edges on both sides. There are two major steps to making bias tape: Cutting Bias Strips and Ironing it into Bias Tape. Now you got yards of Strips, Question is How to strips into Bias tape? Thanks so much! It will look all funky and twisted like this: Flatten it out at one side, so it looks like this: Now cut along your drawn line, it will be in a spiral: Keep cutting until it’s all cut into one long strip: Wasn’t that a million times quicker then sewing a bunch of strips together? […] find some good bias tape making tutorials go here or […]. We are going to do it backwards and save ourselves some time. Thanks for a great tutorial that I can share with my crafty friends! Step 2 Join them by short sides ( not the diagonal sides) Step 3. So press that long seam open before you cut and save yourself the trouble of pressing open a mess of little seams. thanks for a lovely tutorial ;n), Amazing I make my own & it takes me ages thats is great I will be over to Amazon now . any help or direction would be very much appreciated. I only have regular sewing/quilting rulers, frixion pens. I had read about this cutting technique, but your photos have made it so much easier to understand. Bias tape is such a great choice for decorating fabric. To see how this is done, check out the tutorial for the One Shoulder Dressy Dress, which explains it in detail with pics.. Which is a good amount of fabric for making bias tape. Clipping will make sewing around the armhole a lot easier as the fabric won’t be pleating that much and the seam will also become more flexible. Now I iron down the quarter inch seam allowance along one marked edge. This is how I used to do it: But then a magical new product was invented, and I got one. She'll be an expert in no time! Keep up the good work!! Stupid and slow, yes, I know. Teh hard part about making the bias tape is really the cutting and sewing, but I love the maker to save time on the ironing. Oh! I’ve had this bookmarked what seems like forever and today and finally made some bias tape this way. Thank you! 1. Thanks for the tutorial! All righty, we have created our bias strips. My 4 yr old granddaughter, Ellie, loves to help me sew. Now you have created single fold bias tape! Do I just start twirling it around and around or do I fold it? It would be helpful if you’d use a contrasting thread. Thank you so much for your tutorial. I need that ruler too. Second, in the Onyx instructions we recommend using 3/8″ (1 cm) single fold bias tape. Just finished making some today — thanks so much for the tutorial. So started making my bias tape via your ‘time saver’ method, which is brilliant, however I came across what seems (by observing the same issue in your photos also)like an issue that you have but must solve somehow: Once the seam is sewn in joining the ‘strips’ together the lines no longer match up as they are now offset by the width of said seam. Thanks for the tutorial!! I struggled with bias tape for quite a while, and I just KNEW there had to be a better way then buying it or sewing scraps together! Flip the FOLDED EDGE so it is on the bottom, and the cut bias edge is now on the left. This tutorial is all about the steps to bind a mini quilt, like one of my Mini Jaybird Quilts. Piecing bias strips was always the bane of my home decor existence! Today bias tape, tomorrow, the world! 1..2..3..4..5..6..7 You are such a doll! I […], […] are about as good as Ikea’s, clear as mud! So, take your fabric and twist it, bringing the right sides of the long edges together. Lowest price in 30 days. If it still doesn’t make sense, try it on a piece of paper first as suggested. And you’re done! Single Fold Bias Tape – Bias Binding 0.5” Diameter 55 Yards Long – White or Black Bias Tape – Bias Tape for Quilting, Sewing, Hemming, Seams and More –Pre-Folded Binding Tape Sewing (White) 4.0 out of 5 stars 75. Carefully sew along the very edge of the narrower edge of the bias tape. So you need to iron each side into the center. Your email address will not be published. http://astitchinlime.wordpress.com/2010/07/04/bias-tape/, Excited to use the tape for a project soon . You want to offset by one strip-length, so that they *don’t* match up. So I found […], […] tape I made the other Sunday when I wanted to test this tutorial, which is the same technique as this tutorial but with much better pictures for my non-visual brain. Jackie! 15% off. I'm thinking of buying the bias tape machine but after reading some reviews about the tips not working for 1/2 inch double fold I'm wondering if there are a certain brand of tips to buy, or if some people just don't know how to follow product instructions.lol What tips do you use? I bought a bias tape maker several years ago, but haven’t even opened it. You can get a bunch of different tips for it to make any size bias tape you want. Thanks so much for this tutorial! Super cute! I also had trouble with the marked lines not lining up. Plus I have a yard stick and a pen, not all of the fancy gadgets that you have. [RoyalSlider Error] Incorrect RoyalSlider ID or problem with query. It’s great. I can't wait to try this. Seriously, my 2 yr old daughter seems to be more accurate… (is there a tute on drawing lines for bias tape or shall i just return to kindergarten?!). For double fold bias tape you want your strips four times the width of your final tape minus 1/8″. Shame on the search engines for now not positioning this publish higher! Now everything lines up great. You want the bias tape to lie relatively flat, but you still want to be able to see where it used to be folded. Bias tape is cut “on the bias” meaning diagonal to the selvedges of the fabric. The difference is, after the top strip came out of the bias tape maker, I folded it in half again. Wow! What's better than that!?! I've just been thinking about how to do this! Blah! I'm in the process of making a baby quilt – I will definitely give this a try when I get to the binding! At this point there shouldn’t be any raw edges visible as they are encased in the binding. Cutting the pieces and putting together the wool part was quick and easy, but I […]. If you want to make SINGLE FOLD Bias Tape…..multiply your desired width by 2. I think your method is pretty fool proof in that area. Backstitch both at the beginning and the end. This is something I will use again and again. Open up one fold of your bias tape, and press it a bit with your iron. I feel like I’m invincible now. Thanks so much for the help.Wee Granny Cathy. Although it did seem like I did something wrong when I sewed the whole pieces together. Might have to look into getting one! It’s the Simplicity Bias Tape Maker and it does the work for you (it’s only $68 on amazon right now – pays for itself after just a few projects/quilts). Thanks so much for the great tutorial!! As I started to read though […], […] I would get back to tackling how to make bias tape. Step 2: Ironing your Bias Tape. oh my goodness – i NEVER comment on blog posts but having just done this tutorial and reveling in the yards of bias tape that i have now to use over and over, I had to thank you so much for this. You can buy this pre-made or make it yourself. If you were to add it using the single fold bias, you would open up the bias tape ….. see picture … You would pin or clip your tape in place, sewing through the two layers. I'll try your way. I couldn't have done it without you! Bias tape is cut “on the bias” meaning diagonal to the selvedges of the fabric. You don’t need all the “fancy gadgets”. Single fold binding is great for Mini Quilts and small projects. JoAnn's online carries these for $99 but the homepage often has a code for 50% off one item to make it $50. Try again. , Wonderful work! Bias binding is one of the most versatile and useful notions in the sewing room. And I love gadgets too, so maybe I'll ask for a bias tape maker for my bday! , Oh wow I wish I owned that bias tape machine! First let’s figure out how wide our strips should be. I'm mainly interested in making lots of 1/2" double folded tape. Thank you! Thank you for this tutorial! THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this idea. Other than trying to eyeball the width as I start getting close on my cut to seam and thus the ‘joining’ line I don’t see a solution! I choose to iron my seams open before cutting and luckily it worked for me! thanks ! It’s the same effect as when you accidentally button your blouse wrong. totally worked out amazing though! Oh my goodness this was tedious, but so happy I can use the fabric I WANT instead of what’s available!!! Single fold bias tape. I needed to see someone do it. Clip the seam and fold bias to the wrong side of the fabric (towards inside). Check this out: http://creativelittledaisy.typepad.com/creative_little_daisy/2007/11/diy-version-of.html. The first couple of strips turned out pretty well, but as i circled further when i was cutting, the lines were very off. Just tried this today for the first time. I am an amateur seamstress learning how to do a lot for the first time via the internet. Thank you thank you thank you. For people confused by the whole twisty thing, there’s another blog post (not mine; no affiliation) that explains it with diagrams. […] of making the piping is not shown step-by-step because there’s a tutorial for that…Making Bias Tape by Prudent […], You don’t need to use a bias tape maker. Backstitch at the beginning and the end. And I LOVE the machine too!! Ashley also shares some of the other ins and outs of bias tape including how to attach it around a corner making what is known as a miter. One question: to make the double fold, do you first iron it in half by hand & then run it through the machine – or do you only run it through the machine? first run it through the machine to make it into single fold, then fold it in half and run it through again without using a tip. i seriously have been sewing for nearly 40 years and finally with your tutorial i know how to do thisTHANK YOU! For sure I don’t have the machine. This is the flat bias trim with both edges folded in. I have the bias maker machine and LOVE it. Take the square piece of fabric. Extra wide single fold bias tape. It seems a little complicated, but do it once and you’ll be hooked. It acts as a guide and makes it fold perfectly without me having to help it at all. . b. […] way too much money to buy it. Sooo easy! Although I’d seen tutorials to make bias tape, I opted to buy some of this quilt binding from JoAnn’s, which seemed like […], […] next tutorial I was going to try was the one from Prudent Baby. LOVE the parallelogram idea!!!!! Sewing Double-Fold Bias Binding Pin the binding to the edge of your fabric. 7. I looked at the instructions again and in the 9th picture above – the one after “Flatten it out at one side, so it looks like this:” – i see that your lines aren’t lining up all the time either. Starting at the underarm seam, sew the binding to the inside of the armhole all the way around. In this tutorial I chose to use an armhole for sewing single fold bias tape. Cut 2 inch strips (about 3-4 strips) and save the leftover for your scrap box. -Karen, k – awesome! It took off the leading spaces I put in. I'm so excited!! Use this next to your iron, and scoot your jig along the fabric as you iron to make your single fold bias tape. If you want double fold bias tape, simply fold it in half with the raw edges to the center and iron it again. Haven’t tried making bias tape yet, but I have a project that I’m starting that calls for it. "Fold one short edge of your fabric into a right triangle, then cut that triangle off:" I can't figure out how you have your fabric folded. thanks for the tutorial! I'm still a bit new to sewing, and I don't think I would have been able to get so far without the help of the internet and people like you willing to take the time to share your knowledge. 99 $19.99 $19.99. And you sold me on the bias tape machine. Pin carefully, especially … This is the best tutorial I have seen on making double fold biased tape! […] some baby cardigans. So impressed with my self and you for making a great tutorial :D. I thought I'd proved Jamie wrong – that it IS impossible for the lines to match up in the spiral – but alas, it was my own inability to draw straight lines (ack!) . Take Measurement Scale, fold 0.25 from both sides. I was literally just about to go out and buy a bias tape maker, when I read this. This is absolutely fabulous! I finally "get" this. Test it out by pulling your fabric at the selvedges and then on the diagonal (from opposite corners) so you see what I mean. Open it up and press the seam allowance open. Sorry. If you didn’t have a crease in the center, your bias tape would be 1″ wide. , It occurred to me after posting that the ironing tip I offered would only be practical with wider lengths of fabric — I can’t imagine trying to iron the long seam before cutting on something only a foot wide!!! Your pic looks like you somehow managed a square edge. Step 2: Ironing your Bias Tape. I love making my own bias tape! I don't have the money for the bigger machine, but I might try the little gadget to make it. Do you have less zoomed in photos or a video? I ran it through my Bias Tape Maker one more time: You did it! I kept running out of bias tape! How to Make Bias Tape Enclose the raw edge with the bias tape, keeping the narrower edge on the top side or the side that will be up when you are sewing. Repeat these steps for every project where you’ll use single fold bias tape. Bias tape comes in Single Fold or Double fold. I am in bias tape heaven. It finishes at ½” and usually requires stitching along both edges… similar to applying ribbon. I also always use this […]. First we will cut, then we will iron. And, I found this post, by Prudent Baby, which explains how to make a whole bunch of bias tape relatively painlessly. So for my 1/2″ double fold bias tape, I need to draw lines on the bias 1 and 7/8″ apart across the whole 1/2 yard. I do not get the twist match up either. Just a little cheaper than Amazon. Like this: I have to try this! You learned how to make bias tape! To do this, simply fold the fabric so that the edges meet to form a triangle. When i looked at your 8th photo it is the same, the first few lines (looking from the right to left) are ok but the further alone the further apart the connected lines are, what do you do when it comes to cutting it? I love using bias tape but hate sewing all the bits together, this method is pure genius, thank you! Hold it in your hand and feel its homemade goodness. Thanks for a wonderful tutorial. Neither post explains this, but when you match up the cutting lines to sew the long seam, you have to allow for your seam allowance: you have to match the lines where the seam allowance will be and NOT on the cut edge of your fabric. Looking into buying a bias tape maker, but the one you show here got some pretty bad reviews… just wondering how long you’ve had it and how its held up? I love your sneaky cheater way of cutting it! So here, where I wanted the bias tape to end up on the right side, I started on the wrong side of the fabric and … So we are going to focus on double fold bias tape … | Mama Sews Best, FO: One last Summer fling (Simplicity 7073 III) « stefpulls, Making a Fleece Dog Coat, Part 3 | Our Life + Dogs, Recycled sweater baby kimono « Listmakerkat, A new feature – Top Ten for Tuesday – Most Useful Sewing Skills | Behind the Hedgerow, A craptastic day of sewing! There are a few different sizes and widths of ready-made bias tape, with the narrow single-fold tapes to the very wide blanket bindings, but today we are going to be using the most common form: extra-wide double-fold bias tape. "Slow down, and nowwww….stop!" I have still to get the tape maker machine but this is a great first step. 1. i never knew!! I've been wondering if I really need it & I do! Hence Remaining main width would be 0.50 Inch. Take the bottom right corner up to meet the top left corner, to make a smaller triangle. Iron the folds in on both sides. This technique is not always my first choice. – I even used one of those fancy clear rulers. I don’t get it…. owh i loveeee the machine…! I have cut my strips & then sewn them together & almost everytime I mess up. And after reading again, the cost savings is what really struck me. Halfway there! I thought I cut the triangle off my fabric right but apparently didn’t. Now go ahead and iron all the seams open: How about this: Better yet, of all the bias tape … To do a single fold finish, first you want to decide which side you want your bias tape to end up on. I truly wish I could hug your necks for this tutorial! Instead, I have a pile of fabric strips and an intense hatred of making my own bias tape. Now that you’ve learned how to make bias tape, head over to this post and learn How to Sew with Bias Tape, or go to our search box on the top right and search “bias tape” for more project ideas! In addition to being used to finish quilts, bias binding is excellent in apparel sewing as a facing for necklines and armholes, and in bias bound and Hong Kong seams. ( For example, if … Line up the raw edges of … Sew down the fold line in the bias binding. I've tried the parallelogram method before, but had mixed results…my strip came out a little wonky. You can get a simple Bias Tape Maker doo dad to feed your fabric through. The principles are the same for any kind of project using single fold bias tape. It’s not like that’s the very last time your bias tape will ever see an iron, not by a long shot! […] I like a challenge, I also decided to do some piping around the seams. what a fantastic tutorial and I just LOVE that machine – fantastic !!! I love this tute, and will instruct her in making bias tape. …1..2..3..4..5..6..7, […] you could cute your t-shirt up with homemade bias tape, here’s how you make your own bias tape: How to Make Bias Tape. Spent 5 hours trying to make bias tape with this tutorial, and despite following the directions to the letter I still don’t have any bias tape to show for my efforts. It’s normally used for trim, casings and narrow facings. I can’t belive I did it! It is very similiar but used a half a yard (~45 cm for the metric crowd) of fabric selvedge to […]. I just picked up the exact one she was using and the 1/2″ bias tape (single fold) maker from walmart.. both were in the same package for $10… I was so excited, because I had just been to Joanns that same day and they didn’t have it..lol. getting one. This is SO GREAT! This will make my life so much easier. I'll be giving it a try shortly! Easy Peasy Creative Ideas. this idea looks great, but it did not work for me! I managed to get 11 meters of bias tape out of one vintage pillowcase! Fold one short edge of your fabric into a right triangle, then cut that triangle off: Lay it right sides facing straight edges aligned on the other side of the fabric: Sew it in place, so now you have a parallelogram: We need to draw diagonal lines across it parallel to the cut edges. Thanks so much for sharing x. that bias tape maker machine is super cool, and i like how it looks like a little 70's computer. The twisted fabric method is genius! Wish it worked for me, I will use the cut and sew method. Do you have less zoomed in photos or a video? Single fold bias tape can be used instead of facing to create a finished edge, especially around a curve. This works decently but requires a steady hand. So I made about 11 yards of 1/2″ double fold bias tape for $4.25. […] https://www.prettyprudent.com/2010/05/hot-mess/tips/how-to-make-bias-tape-2/ […]. I’ll give instructions on How to Make Single Fold Bias Tape and Double Fold Bias Tape (and the secrets for doing each step faster than you thought possible) after the jump…. Will be heading to the store tomorrow to return the bias tape tools I bought and buying pre-made bias tape! 1..2..3..4..5..6..7 I used a piece of fabric 18″ x 18″. Thank you!! Would love your thoughts, please comment. I made my first *almost* right strip of bias binding Went a bit squiffy at the end). 0/10, would not recommend this tutorial. The fabric is going to spiral as you line it up. ohhhh so THAT'S how you make it!!! Step 1. To be honest, I eyeballed the fold most of the time. Maybe I need to go back to 10th grade geometry!! I’m with you. Does it matter how big the triangle is? I’ve had it a long time and it has held up well. 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